Google has now removed a total of 12 BBC News stories from some search results in response to controversial EU "right to be forgotten" laws.
The handset maker HTC has unveiled a new smartphone that runs a Windows Phone operating system - the first in more than two years.
Former Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer announces he is stepping down from the board with immediate effect.
Google's driverless cars are programmed to occasionally exceed speed limits by up to 10mph, says the project's lead engineer.
The research arm of the US military is looking into designs for new, hi-tech tanks, focusing less on armour and more on mobility and speed.
A sustained clampdown on the Twitter presence of Islamic State (IS) has forced the jihadist group to explore less well-known social media platforms.
EE has again been ranked top overall in research comparing the performance of the UK's mobile networks, with Vodafone coming last.
Hundreds of police officers in England and Wales have been investigated for breaching social media guidelines, an investigation reveals.
Singer Kate Bush requests fans do not take any photographs or record footage using mobile devices at her upcoming live concerts.
A US hotel chain has been criticised over plans to introduce robotic butlers to its workforce.
A major US hospital group said it was the victim of a cyber-attack resulting in the theft of 4.5 million people's personal data.
Facebook is testing a new feature that warns users of satirical content posted from sites like the Onion.
Fleets of self-driving lorries could be tested on UK roads as soon as next year, according to reports.
The Prime Minister, David Cameron, has announced a pilot scheme to put age ratings on online music videos after concerns many are too graphic.
A new exhibition at London's Science Museum celebrates 20 years since the first 'smartphone', the IBM Simon, went on sale.
Hiding data by using a factory reset option does little to delete potentially sensitive information, suggest researchers.
Warlords of Draenor, the fifth expansion for online video game World of Warcraft, will be released on 13 November.
A biker who uploaded a film of a high speed ride in which he almost hit a car head-on is found guilty of dangerous driving.
Basing their work on the techniques used by octopuses and cuttlefish, US engineers have produced a flexible, colour-changing material.
A prototype electronic bike (e-bike) which has a battery pack integrated into the frame has been developed.
Click is at London's Barbican for Digital Revolution, an immersive exhibition of art, design, film, music and video games.
Samsung and Barnes & Noble are due to launch the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK in New York on Wednesday
Engineers in the US build a self-organising swarm of tiny robots that work together to form shapes.
French developers have launched a "video-less" game for blind and visually-impaired players.
A suburban house has been transformed to help specialists find security flaws in smart devices and stop hackers taking control.
A tube system that could help salmon migrate upstream, plus other technology news
BBC Newsnight's David Grossman looks at a new trend - the digital detox.
A California hotel is testing a new system for making deliveries to guests' rooms - a robot butler.
The largest piece of a structure set to become the world's biggest turret has set sail from Dubai.
The man who can create traffic jams and other cyber-warriors